Grandmother Buffalo Woman & Grandfather Duncan Sings-Alone. Traditional and Contemporary Cherokee and other Native American Stories.
The world is alive. Stones sing. Animals speak, and Human Beings find their place in a Sacred Universe. Using stories of wonder, magic, beauty and humor, they evoke an awe and revernce for the Whoop (Hoop) of Creation.
Of Cherokee descent, Sings-Alone is a widely acclaimed elder teacher and coms from a long line of story tellers. He and his novelist wife, Priscilla Cogan have authored many essays and books on sacred themes. They interpose traditional Native American tales with stories from contemporary life, featuring the humorous interplay between human beings, animals, and the Spirit World.
Tickets: $25.00 (all donations will go to Zen Garland, a nonprofit organization